Fae Farm has a lot of aspects to its game, even more than just farming. That's why we've compiled the most helpful tips for beginner players in Fae Farm! Use these tips to get ahead and not be led astray while playing.
10 Beginners Tips for Fae Farm Players
Ten - Cook All of Your Dishes at Once
Whenever you're cooking dishes in Fae Farm, you may find it annoying to constantly run back and forth to the cooking station. Instead, gather tons of your cooking supplies at once and put them all into the station simultaneously. The cooking station has a surprisingly high capacity, making cooking much more convenient for you.
Nine - Wait for Romance
You don't technically have to actually wait to romance anyone in Fae Farm, but you should be aware that your options are limited when you first start playing. Only Jack and Argyle are initially available, with the last four characters becoming available after you clear the whirlpools. Just know that your options will open more before too long!
Eight - Make a Phoenix Labs Account
This tip is specifically for Fae Farm players who want to play online multiplayer. It is definitely annoying to have to set up a new account for one game, but the account makes the multiplayer experience much more smooth. You can't even play without the account, so this tip is more about telling you to not let the account aspect hold you back.
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Seven - Don't Plant Too Much at Once
There are no sprinklers in Fae Farm, so make sure the amount of crops you have going is enough for you to handle. You'll have to hand water these plants every morning, so try not to get in over your head on crops. The amount you'll want to farm is subjective, so try to find what works for you.
Six - Don't Worry about Bedtime
It's natural to worry about missing bedtime if you are used to playing farming sims like Stardew Valley. But know that this is not the case in Fae Farm! You are not penalized in any way if you don't make it home in time. If you miss bedtime, you simply get transported home for the next morning.
Five - Catch Frogs for Fertilizer
Did you know that Frogs are actually useful beyond just catching and selling them in Fae Farm? Frog Sweat (which randomly drops when catching frogs), ammonite, and mulch all work together to make Magic Crop Swap Fertilizer. Save your Florins and don't buy fertilizer. Instead, opt to use this recipe!
Four - Use Cooked Meals for Energy
It may seem simple enough to just eat what you harvest and collect for energy, like arugula and oysters. Instead of simply eating them, try cooking them at your cooking station instead. The boost in not only energy, but also sell value, greatly increases with so little effort on your part.
Three - Don't Neglect Green Orbs
You may have spotted some green orbs sitting around the map while you traverse the land. Don't ignore these orbs! If you collect them, you'll get an instant boost of energy. This is extremely useful for beginners in Fae Farm, as you could always use extra energy.
Two - Investigate Scrolls
You may have seen these tiny little scrolls decorating the map in Fae Farm. Do not pass them up, as they are very helpful! Clicking Investigate when approaching these scrolls will actually unlock tons of different recipes and items for you.
One - Gather Copper Early On
Don't waste any time collecting copper once you get access to the mines in Fae Farm. Copper will elevate many parts of your gameplay, so quickly getting these ores and turning them into ingots and seals is a smart move. Upgrading tools, crafting items, and saving your place in the mines all require copper.
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